In celebration of the 10 year anniversary, NEW hosted a party in Busan Oct. 5. Among its anniversary lineup full of blockbusters with star casts, period zombie actioner “Rampant” and musical drama “Swing Kids” are set for release in the fourth quarter.” />
7,” which crossed the 10 million admissions mark, was the biggest film of 2013, while its crime actioners “New World” and “Hide and Seek” also saw moderate success. In the following year, political drama “The Attorney” managed to sell more than 10 million tickets, and helped NEW log a successful year. 1 conglomerate, failed to take the top spot. That was the first time in 10 years that CJ Entertainment, the country's all-time No. In 2013, it distributed 12 homegrown titles and accounted for 29.5% of the total box office revenue from all local films released that year, an astonishingly fast rise. NEW's “Miracle in Cell No.
Kim, looking ahead in the coming years, puts emphasis on not stopping the challenges, and working with the right partners.
NEW was also one of the first Korean companies to build up business relations with Netflix. Since 2016's disaster pic “Pandora,” Netflix has picked up a string of NEW titles including “Train” director Yeon's sophomore outing, “Psychokinesis,” and political actioner “Steel Rain.” And once again in 2017, the global streaming giant partnered up with NEW for Korean theatrical release of its “Okja,” from director Bong Joon-ho.
“For the past decade, Next Entertainment World has continuously challenged itself whenever there was an opportunity,” said Kim Woo-taek, chairman of Next Entertainment World.
“Train” was the live-action feature debut film of animation maverick Yeon Sang-ho, and NEW had made the bold decision to invest in “Train” when all they had was a one-sentence logline. NEW's 2016 zombie pic “Train to Busan” was a sensation in the Asian film industry. It broke almost every box office record in South Korea and went on to blaze through the B.O. France's Gaumont bought the film's English remake rights. in the majority of Southeast Asian territories.
CJ Entertainment had been the top Korean distributor since 2003, with Showbox the a runner-up. Indeed, NEW, celebrating its 10th anniversary at Busan, has come a long way in a short time, developing itself from a second mover in the industry into a total entertainment company, overcoming hurdles and implementing innovative decisions. The Korean arms of Hollywood majors had boasted strong lineups. Take, for example, the company's beginnings. When Kim launched NEW in 2008 with only four employees, the Korean film industry had been dominated by long-established, vertically integrated big companies. A fledging in such a saturated industry, NEW started its domestic distribution business with foreign titles including Catherine Hardwicke's “Twilight.” In its second year, when it launched investment-distribution operations of Korean titles, it became one of the top five distributors.
It set up joint venture HUACE & NEW (Huacehexin) with China's Huace Media in 2015, aiming to make content for the Chinese market. Three films, including two remakes of South Korean originals, “The Beauty Inside” and “The Phone,” are currently being developed and produced. A willingness to embrace risk helped the company take steps beyond the domestic market.
“With good partners both inside and outside Korea, we will continue to challenge ourselves even further so that NEW can become an icon of challenge, trust, fun and heartwarming (content provider),” he said.

“Sometimes you gotta do sh*t the old you would do,” she wrote on IG. The Bronx rapper once said that she would help her ex get back on his feet when he leaves jail, so perhaps she is making good on that promise and that is not sitting well with Offset whom she has been dating since last year. On Saturday night, both Cardi B and Offset took shots at each other on Snapchat while the “Bodak Yellow” rapper went a step further to announced that she is single. “So mfers know not to play with the NEW you!”
Peace nikka ?? Bardi posted a a photo of herself on Instagram showing the peace sign. While Cardi has been making a lot of posts on Instagram, Offset has been radio silent aside from the peace emoji. The folks on Twitter already have their theory and and all fingers are pointing to Cardi B ex-boyfriend Tommy who they claimed was released from prison three days ago. There were no signs that their relationship was on the rocks so this bit of news came as a shocker to a lot of their fans and perhaps even their celebrity peers. A post shared by Cardi B Official IG (@iamcardib) on Oct 21, 2017 at 10:47pm PDT “Peace nikka,” she wrote in the caption. The duo was once relationship goals for their fans but that’s not the case right now. A post shared by Cardi B Official IG (@iamcardib) on Oct 20, 2017 at 6:44pm PDT

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Cardi B and Offset have broken up just a few days after her ex-boyfriend was released from jail. The Migos rapper followed suit a short time later by posting the peace emoji on his Snapchat. They two broke up after he went to prison but it seems like there is no love lost. He even still has several photos of her up which means their could be a chance that they could patch things up. While she was a cast member on Love and Hip Hop New York, Cardi B and her relationship with Tommy was her main storyline.